This book had a fun idea, but it seemed a little forced. The insane amount of books this kid read was believable, but do 6th graders REALLY just talk about how much they loved their books all the time? I loved all of his other books, but this one was a little unbelievable.
This was a fun, hilarious, and interesting book. When Aru Shah lights a cursed Diya on a dare, she awakens the fabled Sleeper who freezes time wherever he walks. She and her soul sister, Mini, must travel on a quest to the underworld to awaken the Celestial Weapons. To the otherworld to the underworld to the heavens, this epic literally covers all of earth and space.
This book is a classic that basically everyone has read but never gets old. It is about three children who run away from their guardian and have to make a living. They find an abandoned boxcar and use that as their home for a while, all while trying to find ways to make money and keep house.
This reminds me of willy wonka- and it was just (or more!) amazing. It was Sooo good! It is about a girl who moves to San Francisco and plays a game called Book Scavenger, like Geocaching but with books. But when her idol and Book Scavenger creator is attacked, the girl is left, along with her friend, to solve a mystery of a secret and never seen before Edgar Allen Poe book!